"Get A Horse" by James Lumbers
This scene depicts a corner in anytown in the early part of the century. The lights slowly come on as if to announce the frustration of being the owner of a newfangled machine---the horseless carriage. Although a milestone in the history of transportation, the automobile in its infancy was also the source of some good-humoured criticism thus resulting in the often-used admonitionů"Get A Horse"
This image was reproduced as a Lithograph Prints on fine quality watercolour paper. Each Lithograph has been inpected for accuracy of colour before it was signed and numbered by the artists.
A Certificate of Authenticity is supplied with each reproduction.
There are 2500 signed & numbered 16"x23" Lithograph Prints.